QUOTE(Mbaboy @ Jul 11 2006, 07:00 PM)
So they may be ok with backups but not okay with hacked games? That seems logical, except there is no way to determine if a game is backed up (from a legitly owned copy) or hacked (downloaded from the net).
Think you missunderstood what he ment by 'hacked games'. He didn't mean games downloaded from the net, he ment games being played on live with cheats enabled by changing files within the game. This cannot be done with the dvd hack because as soon as a file is altered to for instance make you bulletproof or jump 10x higher or whatever the game no longer boots because the gigniture is broken.
If there was cheaters on xbox live then legit players would just not stop using live because it was unfair, m$ wouldn't get the live subscriptions and m$ would loose out.
I personaly sold all of my original games when the hack came out and will never buy 1 again, however i have spent about 20 quid on live this month with my live subb and call of duty maps. So why would m$ want to ban people like me?